Russia: Supreme Court Orders Jehovah’s Witnesses Banned

Lee Rogers
Daily Stormer
July 18, 2017

The Jehovah’s Witnesses are not a normal group of people. They deserve to be banned like the Jews.

The Jehovah’s Witnesses were recently declared an extremist cult in Russia.

The group appealed this to Russia’s Supreme Court and lost their case. This means they have been officially banned in the country.


Russia’s Supreme Court has ordered the disbanding of the Jehovah’s Witnesses on Russian territory.

The ban came into effect after the court rejected an appeal by the religious group against a ruling in April which declared it to be extremist.

The justice ministry had argued that the group distributed pamphlets which incited hatred against other groups.

The group described the ruling as the end of religious freedom in Russia.

The denomination says it has 175,000 members in Russia – a country where it was persecuted during the Stalin era.

An estimated eight million people worldwide are part of the Christian-based movement, best known for going door-to-door looking for new converts.

This is a good thing. These people are a bunch of kooks.

I remember when I was growing up seeing these fools ringing people’s doorbells trying to recruit people. They were never normal. They were always weird and creepy.

I’m assuming these people are just as weird in Russia as they are here in America. If they weren’t I doubt the government would have done this.

One final note. The Jehovah’s Witnesses originated from the teachings of a man named Charles Taze Russell.

Check out the memorial they built for him near his gravestone. Does anybody think this is normal? I do not.

Maybe after we deal with the Jews we can sort out what’s going on with these secret societies and cults. I think it is our duty to do so.